Gene Haagenson
Gene has been a member of the Action News team since 1991. As a reporter, his emphasis is on local government, but he covers everything from traffic accidents to presidential visits.

Before coming to Fresno, he worked at television and radio stations in Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado and Alaska. He attended the University of Northern Colorado, majoring in Journalism and Theatre Arts.

He and his wife Mary live in Clovis and have three adult children and five grandchildren.

The Fresno City Council council on Thursday voted to allow for medicinal marijuana sales and a marijuana tax.
Flu season is upon us, but things aren't too bad just yet. But the peak season is coming and health officials are encouraging everyone who hasn't had a shot, to get one
The Governor-elect's visit to Fresno comes as the future of the massive high speed rail project is in doubt. Gavin Newsom told us he wants to see the project completed.
The former Gottschalks Department store on Fulton Street in downtown Fresno used to be the place for Christmas shopping.
The Fresno City Council will vote next week on whether to move forward with the medicinal sale of marijuana.